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today as wills have biden's. both ceremonies will be small and private. by law, they have to happen on january 20th. and that means that the inaugural parade and ceremony will happen on the following monday. that is also the 50th anniversary of the martin luther king, jr. "i have a dream speech." in washington, d.c., cbs 5 5. >>> vice president biden was sworn in this morning. the supreme court justice administered the oath. tomorrow, he will take the oath again right before the president on the steps of the capitol with people looking on from the national mall. >>> more star power on tap this year. >> lady gaga is set to perform during the festivities. the pop star will sing at tuesday's ball for the staffers. typically, a private affair. and she will perform a specially worded number at the event, similar to what jayz did four years ago when he added his own lyrics at the same event. and now coming up on face the nation, the inauguration and the next four years for president barack obama. the state white house senior adviser will join this m
to be sitting right there waiting for when they open up. >> reporter: thousands of law enforcement officers and federal troops from around country will be on hand to make sure everyone is safe. today's swearing in on the steps of the u.s. capitol is ceremonial, held for the public. the constitution requires that the official swearing in take place on january 20th. >> i barack hussein obama do solemnly swear. >> reporter: he followed that up with a candlelight ceremony sunday night where he said today's parties are not about him. >> what we're celebrating is not the election or swearing in of a president. we're doing celebrate aring each other. >> reporter: and he talked about the most significant of the weekend, he talks about his wife's haircut. >> i love her bangs. she looks good. she always looks good. >> reporter: and it won't end until late monday night when they attend three different ball. and more than a couple hours away before the ceremonies begin. president obama is only the 17 17th president to have a second inaugural. alternate the u.s. c
and sisters are treated like anyone uls els under the law. if we're truly created equal the love for one another must be equal as well. >> the head of the national center for lesbian rights said she was close to tear autos we felt we weren't in a back room maybe he'll talk to fuss no one is watching. >> the impact on republican who's fear any compromise to lead to a challenge from within their own ranks. saying change will depend less on president and democrats and more on moderate republican autos jeb bushes of the republican party, lamar alexander, on the podium with the president today. >> murphy says he's seeing signs the deep freeze may be thawing. >> there is a sort of thing of hey we try that had and it didn't work. and maybe we want to win. >> the director of the leo mccarthy center said he was at a conference where jeb bush was challenge bid a mer conservative republican from utah saying the push back is polite, but pointed. >> thank you. >> you bet. >> many of you watched this morning but for many americans more than ever brrk television was one of two screens they were watchin
brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else against the law. if we're truly created equal and it surely this must be equal as well. >> the commitments we make to each other, to medicare, medicaid, social security they do not straddle our initiative, they strengthen us. (cheers & applause) they do not make us a nation of take as they free us to take the risks that make this country great. we, the people still believe in our obligation as americans and are not just to ourselves but to all prosperity. we will respond to the threat of climate change in knowing that the failure to do so will be trade our children and future generations. but we reject the belief that america must choose between the american and the generation that to build this and caring for them or the generation that is waiting. >> they are chanting of,. >> catherine: the president was heard telling his family. "i want to take one more look.i'm not going to see this again." between half a million and 700-thousand people were on the mall in washington. a million fewer than his first inauguration in 2009. still
. you know where the wet weather is. eric? >> a controversial law enforcement expert is now officially a consultant to the oakland police department. the city council voted to hire bill bratton in a raucous meeting that ran into the wee hours of the morning. >> it was not close vote. the council voted 7-1 in favor of bringing william bratton to oakland. before the vote, the city council got an earful. the public comment session started at 10:00. they did not vote until 2:30 this morning. bratton is controversial because he supported "stop and frisk" tactic. some worry that leads to racial profiling. supporters say bratton improved new york and los angeles when he worked in those cities. oakland needs his help. >> crime went down in los angeles and he helped to get minority people working. the complaint levels went down in that city. it was a change for the good and for the better. >> you keep pouring money into people from identified of our community to solve the problems of violence in our community. violence is a language of the unheard so you need to start listening to the people wh
the man into today. shining lasers at pilots is punishable by federal law. >> city leaders are expecting a big town out in oakland when the city council considers a contract to bring on a controversial high from file police consultant to fight crime. if hired, a firm los angeles and new york and boston police chief will be paid $250,000 to consult the police department on ways to reduce the crime wave but not everyone is on board. tempers flared last week at the meeting when the protests voiced their concerns of possible racial profiling. he favors a technique called "stop and frisk "where police can stop anyone they feel is suspicious. the oakland city council will take under the issue tonight at 6:30. >> in san francisco, the use of tasers by officers will be the focus of a community meeting tonight. right now the san francisco police department is the only police agency in the bay area that does not use stun guns. the chief wants to launch a pilot program to equip officers with tasers to deal with mentally ill after a police shooting last summer when an officer shot and killed a man w
brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. >> reporter: this inauguration address seems bolder, smacking of a state of the union address as he urged congress to work with him. >> we cannot mistake absolutism for principle, or substitute spectacle for politics. or treat name calling as reasoned debate. >> reporter: people who waited for hours embraced the harder tone, a smaller crowd than four years ago with an estimated 700- ,000 attendees. anita jackson of irvine told me crunching numbers is missing the point of an inauguration with history and hope. >> i'm so proud and honored to be part of this environment today. >> reporter: before leaving the capitol steps mr. obama took a last look over the spectacle, he said, i will never see this again. in washington, kristin ayers, cbs 5. >>> now it's time to get back to work. the house is expected to pass a vote on a bill tomorrow which would extend the nation's debt limit for three months, in exchange it would require the house and senate to pass a budget. republicans are offering a c
to get a good spot. thousands of law enforcement officers and federal troops from around the country will be on hand to make sure everyone is safe. >> today's swearing in on the steps of the u.s. capitol is ceremonial, held for the public. the constitution requires that the official swearing in take place on january 20th. >> i barack obama do solemnly swear. >> reporter: the president was officially sworn into office yesterday in a small ceremony at the white house. he followed that up with a candlelight ceremony sunday night where he said today's parties are not about him. >> what we're celebrating is not the election or swearing in of a president. what we're doing is celebrating each other. >> reporter: and he talked about what he called the most significant event of the inaugural weekend, his wife's new haircut. >> i love her bangs. she looks good. >> reporter: the celebrations won't end until late monday night when they attend three different inaugural balls. >> among all the events happening today is fabulous entertainment. beyonce will sin
into the new crossing. smart's attorney say that's the law. >> private crossing, by definition benefit only private parties. therefore the private parties must bear the expense. >> do you think there is a way that it could be publicly funded? >> we haven't investigated all those pieces yet. and again that goes back to where my vote was coming from. >> reporter: county supervisor david rabid also sits on the smart board. he voted against eminent domain. >> this is the first of many that will occur throughout our county and marin county that we need to do it the right way. we need to be good neighbors. >> reporter: there are more than 100 cross information smart's path. some will face the same challenge. >> there is very little interpretation. we are under a mandate as a public agency. we are stewards for public funds. there is a constitutional prohibition against gifting public funds to private entities. >> reporter: what's fair? who's to say. it's a bit like asking which came first, the chicken or the egg. the property owners precede smart
to the strength of arms and rule of law. we will show the courage to try to resolve our differences with other nations peacefully not bausz we are naive about the faces we face but because engagement can more endurable risk suspicion and fear. america will remain the anchor of strong alliances in every corner of the globe and we will renew those ininstitutions that expend. no one has the greatest steak in a peaceful world than it's most powerful nation. we will support democrat krasy from asia to africa, because our interest and our conscious compel us to act on those who belong for freedom and we must be a source of hope to the poor. the sick, the victims of prejudice, not out of mere charity but because piece in our time requires the con constant advance of those principal practicals that our common creed describes. tolerance and opportunity, human dignitiy. and justice. we, the people, declare today that the most evident of truths, that all of us are created equal. it's the star that guides us still, just as it guided our forebarriers, just as it guided all of those men and women, sung and
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